raspberry autoupdate

Add the following lines of code to the file and save it (ctrl + X, Y and enter). This will the basis for the automatic updates: #!/bin/sh sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y sudo rpi-update sudo apt-get autoremove sudo apt-get autoclean sudo reboot You will want to make the shell script executable using the following command:Seguir leyendo


https://kerberos.io/ Video surveillance made easy Kerberos.io is a free video surveillance solution, which works with any camera and on every Linux based machine. You can deploy a fully configured video surveillance system within a few minutes on the environment you prefer: Raspberry Pi, Orange Pi, Docker, etc. Installation with magic Installing Kerberos.io to your IoT device, has never been so easy. By using our cross-platform installer, youSeguir leyendo

RaspberryPi as a NVR solution

https://medium.com/@turhan.oz/raspberrypi-shinobi-as-a-nvr-solution-5e4bcca64c32 Install Shinobi Now that our OS is properly configured and that we can access to our device through ssh, let’s install Shinobi. The easiest way is to run the following command on your PI (as defined on the documentation) : $ sudo su$ sh <(curl -s https://gitlab.com/Shinobi-Systems/Shinobi-Installer/raw/master/shinobi-install.sh) The installation will be interactive, as follow : # installSeguir leyendo

add fstab raspberry

blkid # blkid /dev/mmcblk0p1: LABEL=»boot» UUID=»70CI-CB26″ TYPE=»vfat» PARTUUID=»e3cbft8b-01″ /dev/mmcblk0p2: UUID=»f2100b2f-ed84-4647-b5ai-081234512716″ TYPE=»ext4″ PARTUUID=»e3cbfe8b-02″ /dev/sda1: UUID=»ab34fc7c-0f1c-1234-5678-9f9f7065e672″ TYPE=»ext4″ PARTUUID=»6b905dde-01″ /dev/mmcblk0: PTUUID=»e3fdfe4b» PTTYPE=»dos» /dev/sda1 UUID=»ab34fc7c-0f1c-1234-5678-9f9f7065e672″ add /etc/fstab UUID=ab34fc7c-0f1c-1234-5678-9f9f7065e672 /mnt ext4 defaults,noatime,auto 0 0 También ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid/ Da los UIDs

pyload raspberry

Installing pyLoad on a Raspberry Pi with Raspbian Jessie All credits for this guide go to eNBeWe. Thanks, mate! In the following I assume that you are running a Raspberry Pi with a recent version of Raspbian. At the point of writing this means you are running some version of Debian Jessie. First we areSeguir leyendo